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project
  • Date: 05/10/16
  • Category: Starting to use PR

Picture this. You run a growing business. The market in which you work appears to be showing signs of strength. You want to get your brand name out in the marketplace. But, what next?

Sensing an opportunity is one thing, having the wherewithal to do something about it, is another.

Most firms will look at the traditional routes – advertising, marketing and ...

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project
  • Date: 29/09/16
  • Category: Starting to use PR

In the past few weeks many business up and down the country have been interpreting, and reporting on, a host of data to see how Brexit ramifications are affecting them. Generally speaking, there have been far more positive undertones coursing through various markets than negative ones – for which we should all be thankful.

And, with the night’s drawing ...

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project
  • Date: 21/09/16
  • Category: Starting to use PR

Technology, bah. Who needs it anyway?

Let’s have a quick tech history lesson.

35,000 BCE - The earliest "computers" were mechanical devices used to help people count. The first known counting devices or tools were Tally Sticks.

June 1948 – 'Baby' runs the world's first stored program, effectively becoming the world’s ...

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project
  • Date: 15/09/16
  • Category: Starting to use PR

‘I’ll be there for you’ is arguably one of the most annoying/cringy/memorable/gut-wrenching opening lines to any chorus of any TV theme tune.

And I apologise now for planting it in your mind.

However, it’s also our catchphrase – it isn’t really but it seemed like a good introduction in terms of trying to make you – an ...

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project
  • Date: 08/09/16
  • Category: Starting to use PR

Back in my yoof Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson sang about the best things in life being free. As I looked in the shop window staring longingly at the trainers of my dreams frankly I thought they were full of it. But as I grow older, not so wiser and still with a trainer fetish, I can’t help thinking that maybe, just maybe they were onto something.

Don’t ...

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